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Year 12 students have been put through their paces in a ‘boot camp’ style training session held by the Royal Marines, who were invited to King James by our Health and Social Care department.
Three of our students have returned from the 4th Annual Legacy Games at Monkton Stadium in Jarrow with a host of medals.
Each year, some of our most promising Maths students from each year group are entered into the prestigious United Kingdom Mathematics Trust (UKMT) Individual Challenges with consistent success. This year is no exception and our students have, yet again, proved that they are talented mathematicians.
Three young golfers from King James I Academy have recently triumphed at the regional level of the British Heart Foundation Golf Competition, which was held at Castle Eden Golf Club in Hartlepool.
Three exceptionally talented Year 9 artists were given the opportunity to take part in Newcastle Fashion Week recently. Accompanied by Miss Welch and working alongside successful designers from the fashion industry, Bethany, Amber and Holly were challenged to a fast and furious day, jam-packed with fashion industry tasks.
Robert Downey Jr: Much More Than Iron Man
Inside: Issue 6 of the free e-magazine written and produced by an editorial team of young people at King James.
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Students in Year 7 were visited by Commonwealth and Olympic gymnast, Craig Heap this month. The former Captain of the GB Gymnastics Team came to King James to deliver an inspirational assembly to students to coincide with the launch of our Summer of Sports initiative.
Year 12 students have recently visited Linton’s Printers in Crook to learn about commercial printing as part of their Print-Based Media studies. The visit was arranged so that students could gain a better understanding of the process involved in lithographic printing, a commercial process used to produce high quality printed products, including Vision magazine.
Mrs Babington, our Food Technology teacher has ambition. Since discovering Todmorden’s ‘Incredible Edible’ scheme, which utilises all available space to grow vegetables for the local community, she has dreamed of a similar project at King James. Now, it is about to happen.
Looking forward to our new buildings-work starts this summer!
Inside: Science News, Young Journalists interview Scottish MP, Inspector judges Art as outstanding, BATH visit to Ireland plus much more.
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